DOP Chianti Classico

DOP Chianti Classico Extra Virgin Olive Oil 6 Awards

We walked the gravel roads one step at a time, the barren fields pressing against the dry stone walls, the olive groves exposed to the sun between vineyards and woods, high up on the hill. A land defined by time and by the bravery of Chianti Classico dwellers.

  • Olive Origin:Chianti Classico Alta Valle dell’Arbia
  • Oil Production Area:Frantoio di Dievole (Dievole Oil Mill)
  • Olive Variety:Frantoio, Moraiolo
  • Harvesting Method:Manual

DOP Chianti Classico Monocultivar Leccino Extra Virgin Olive Oil 2 Awards

You are surrounded by centuries-old Tuscan olives (Prima omnium), verdant, vivacious leaves unfurled towards the sun. Like Chianti Classico dwellers you’re a hardy species, frost resistant, pugnacious and rebellious. Then, to the taste buds, you reveal yourself as a well-balanced, elegant, floral extra virgin oil, surprisingly Leccino.

  • Olive Origin:Chianti Classico
  • Oil Production Area: Frantoio di Dievole (Dievole Oil Mill)
  • Olive Variety:Leccino
  • Harvesting Method:Manual

IGP Toscano

IGP Toscano Extra Virgin Olive Oil

The road marks our path, lined with cypresses and torrents that flow fast in search of the sea. The Maremma opens itself up to the observer, radiant, generous and alive. From the sea breeze and the intense sun, the olive tree gains power, elegance and a strong personality, instilling soul to the Tuscan Extra Virgin Olive Oil.

  • Olive Origin:Maremma
  • Oil Production Area:Frantoio di Dievole (Dievole Oil Mill)
  • Olive Variety:Leccino, Moraiolo, Frantoio, Maurino
  • Harvesting Method:Mechanical and manual

Extra Virgin Olive Oil 100% Italian

100% Italiano Extra Virgin Olive Oil 20 Awards

You’ll find the birthplace of our 100% Italian where the olive tree powerfully conveys its radiant and generous essence in the quality and quantity of its yield. 250 hectares in San Giorgio Lucano expertly cultivated, where in true harmony and absolute balance an intensely and heady aromatic extra virgin olive oil is the result of love and passion.

  • Olive Origin:Basilicata and Puglia
  • Oil Production Area:Frantoio di Dievole (Dievole Oil Mill)
  • Olive Variety:Leccino, Coratina, Peranzana e Ogliarola
  • Harvesting Method:Mechanical and manual

100% Italiano Monocultivar Coratina Extra Virgin Olive Oil 18 Awards

Our tribute to one of the world’s most important cultivars: Coratina, at the height of its varietal expression. On the San Giorgio Lucano estate, the trees stand tall and majestic above sea level, giving rise to a powerful extravirgin olive oil, aromatic and palatable.

  • Olive Origin:Basilicata and Puglia
  • Oil Production Area:Frantoio di Dievole (Dievole Oil Mill)
  • Olive Variety:Coratina
  • Harvesting Method:Mechanical and manual

100% Italiano Monocultivar Nocellara Extra Virgin Olive Oil 12 Awards

The story behind our extra virgin Italian olive oil can only be fully understood by taking a turn through that strait that, drifting inland from the sea, brings us the exceptional aromas of the Nocellara. For the first time this cultivar is presented in its Messinese and Belice expressions, together from this moment on.

  • Olive Origin:Basilicata
  • Oil Production Area:Frantoio di Dievole (Dievole Oil Mill)
  • Olive Variety:Nocellara
  • Harvesting Method:Mechanical and manual

Olio Nuovo

Primo Raccolto Olio Nuovo di Dievole

We monitor the mechanical extraction to maintain a constant processing temperature so that the pressed olives and the must oil obtained spend just moments in contact with or are exposed to oxygen. The just-extracted oil is filtered in line, and then proceeding to the careful separation of the day’s batches.
The oil is stored in stainless steel protected from light at a temperature below 22°C to prolong the shelf-life; it is then vacuum-bottled (just before the product leaves for markets) using a bottle that reduces the impact of UV-ray penetration by 97%.


    Vinegar of Chianti Classico

    So pungent that you fuel the taste buds and the mind.

    With every drop you emulsify and add flavor to the oil, which, now lively, refines the food and makes the spirit of Chianti Classic wine more acute, as sharp as a sword edge and in line with your thoughts.

    • Aging:8 months in oak casks
    • Acidity:8.50 %
    • Residual Alcohol:0.40 % in vol
    • Dry Extract:0.80 g/l
    • pH:3.20
    • Maximum Storage:36 months from the packaging date